Prayer Chain Requests: Please e-mail your prayer requests to email@example.com or call Barb Huiskamp (613-393-1585).
Our Church Family: Michael and Marianne Botting’s home in northern Uganda was destroyed by fire on Monday. No one was hurt and many of their possessions were rescued – we praise God for that, but much was also lost and they will need to find or build a new home. Emmanuel International has set up a link for donations to a Fire Recovery Fund on their website https://www.eicanada.org/product/botting-fire-recovery-fund/ You can also give through Maranatha as long as you note it is for the EI Fire Recovery Fund. Their prayer cards are available at the Info Desk.
Next Sunday Morning we will welcome Pastor Gregg Lawson from Bethany CRC, Bloomfield by way of classical appointment.
Kids Up is leading the Palm Sunday evening service (March 25) In preparation, we need extra practice time. Therefore, starting today and until March 25 please have your child meet us in the chapel (9:55-10) instead of waiting to be dismissed later in the service.
Dinner Theatre: On Saturday, Feb. 10, Maranatha Marriage Ministry will be hosting a dinner theater and presenting the captivating musical “Moses”, filmed before a live audience at the world renowned Sight & Sound Theatre. Tickets are $20 each and are available after the service, or at the church office during the week. All adults are welcome.
Maranatha Midweek: The new season of Maranatha Midweek begins on Thursday, Feb. 8. Please check out the brochure in the bulletin and register for the course of your choice. If you have questions or concerns call Valerie at 613-962-2062 ext. 215.
Maranatha Seniors: On Feb. 8 we will have our annual Valentine’s Day pot luck lunch. Bring your favourite dish or dessert, as well as your own dishes and cutlery. Please try to wear something red. The lunch will start at 12:30 instead of 12. We will play games after lunch so bring your favourite board game along as well. Hope to see you there!
Classis Quinte: The delegates that went to the Classis Quinte meeting yesterday at Geneva House in Kingston. were Arend Wiarda (Elder) and Sharon DeVries (Deacon).
Right Now Media: If you have registered but have not yet paid, please pay at the Information Desk ASAP!!
Help Needed: Someone is needed to wash the aprons, dishcloths and tea towels from the kitchen each week. If you are interested on this, please talk to Erika Palen.
Prayer Night: We have been praying together for Maranatha on the last Wednesday of the month. Next meeting is planned for this Wednesday, Jan. 31 at 7:30pm in the Youth Hall.
The Banner, our denomination’s publication, can be picked up at the Information Desk.
Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser: You are cordially invited by Leyla Bulten and Gavin Bulten to a Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser. It will be hosted at Maranatha Church on Feb. 3 from 8-10:30am. This event is to support us as we embark on a mission trip to the Dominican Republic. The organization we are going through is The Samaritan Foundation whose purpose is to provide housing for the poor in the Dominican Republic. They build villages with a complete infrastructure including water, electricity, roads, schools, medical facilities, churches and opportunities for vocational training. We are happy to be a part of a team that will be travelling in March. All donations are greatly accepted and appreciated. We look forward to seeing you there and are happy to have you be a part of our cause. Thank-you.
Free DVDs!! The Resource Desk is reorganizing and there are a number of dvds of past services that are available at no cost. There is a table set up beside the Resource Desk and we invite you to come and browse through them and help yourselves to those that we have made available.
World Renew: Steve & Alice Bylsma are volunteering with World Renew Disaster Response Services repairing homes in Tarboro, NC due to Hurricane Matthew until Feb. 3. Please pray for safety and good health for them and the team.
Spirit Borne Performing Arts will be performing their 2017-18 show entitled, “Out of The Darkness”. This show tells the story of Granny and her family as they encounter personal and neighbourly concerns about the gypsies who are living in the country with them. They will be performing 4 nights: Feb. 10 at Trenton Wesleyan Church, Feb. 11 at Roblin Wesleyan Church, Feb. 24 at Fellowship CRC in Brighton, and Feb. 25 here at Maranatha. All shows are at 7pm, and will include a freewill offering.